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North Northamptonshire to Net Zero (NN2NZ) call for projects event

22 March 2022

NN2NZ event

Electric Places invites you to the NN2NZ event which will be held on Wednesday 30 March at 11am.

To help North Northamptonshire achieve net zero, Electric Places is performing an analysis of potential, ongoing and planned community-led low carbon, housing, transport and energy projects.

We are creating a programme of low carbon project options for the area that will help plan a route to net zero and potentially lead to future funding for sustainability across North Northamptonshire.

This event will launch a call for project ideas and initiatives and is aimed at residents, Local Authorities, commercial, non-profit, and private sector organisations.

Join us to learn about NN2NZ and gain an insight into what is already happening. Importantly join the search for new low carbon ideas, initiatives and projects to help North Northamptonshire reach net zero as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Time: 11-11:45am
Location: Virtual Event

Register online for free.

The agenda for the event is as follows:
Welcome and introduction
Nick Bolton - Consultant, Electric Places

Guest speaker
Councillor Harriet Pentland – North Northamptonshire Council
North Northamptonshire to Net Zero

Peter Stevens – Zero Carbon Pioneer, Electric Places
Example Projects

Tim O’Callaghan - Project Consultant, Electric Places

Call for Projects
Participants are encouraged to use the NN2NZ website to submit their projects ideas.

Q & A

Nick Bolton - Consultant, Electric Places

Key Areas

The ways in which we generate, distribute, and use energy can be carbon intensive and wasteful. We are looking for ways to make our energy greener and ideas for more efficient energy systems.

How can existing homes across North Northamptonshire use less energy? How should new housing developments be built so that they benefit from clean energy and use it more efficiently?

Zero emission cars, trucks and public transport options will change the way we travel and ship goods. How can we help the transition to cleaner transport and make existing vehicles greener?

Registration for the event closes on Tuesday 29 March.

For any questions about the event, please contact us at [email protected] or visit our website.